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Best Credit Cards for Recessions

During a recession many people have lost their income and are struggling to get by. Credit cards are a last resort for those who need to put food on the table and make ends meet. 776 more words

Credit Cards

Wine, Recession & the Fed-Ex Effect

The impact of the evolving coronavirus recession on the wine industry is complicated. It seems like you get a slightly different story depending on when and where you look.  489 more words

Wine Markets

Housing on the Rebound

A Historic Rebound for the Housing Market

Pending Home Sales increased by 44.3% in May, registering the highest month-over-month gain in the index since the… 441 more words

Real Estate

Let’s face it. Coronavirus will make the new school year tougher than the last.

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The brown envelope financial plan

One of my enduring memories of my parents, is the gravity with which they sat down once a month to do the budget.

They always sat at the bigger of our two kitchen tables – the scrubbed pine one with the enamelled metal legs – and they always banished us so they could concentrate. 1,274 more words

Cruise lines are not resorting to rock-bottom pricing

By Johanna Jainchill

Cruise lines and Wall Street analysts report that cruise pricing, for the most part, has not gotten to the low levels seen after the fallout of the 9/11 attacks and the 2008 recession. 615 more words

Royal Caribbean Cruise


It’s been the strangest year for investing I have known during my time as an investor.   After the initial shock of the crash in March, I was reeling and toying with the idea of never buying stock again, but as I have written previously, I am somewhat addicted. 862 more words

Stock Market